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Larry Loeb

Content posted in March 2018
VPNs Are Still Leaking Your Personal Information
Larry Loeb  |  3/30/2018  | 
While VPNs are supposed to allow for safe, anonymous browsing, it turns out that STUN servers on the backend can still leak personal information and your whereabouts. Here's how to minimize that.
Researcher Finds etcd Servers Leak Passwords Like a Sieve
Larry Loeb  |  3/28/2018  | 
Security researchers find that etcd servers, an essential part of Kubernetes, as well as other database system, have been leaking passwords for a long time.
Cybercriminals Using Kubernetes, Docker to Bitcoin Mine
Larry Loeb  |  3/26/2018  | 
Supposedly safe and secure Docker containers and the Kubernetes orchestration system can actually be manipulated to mine Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, researchers have found.
In Facebook Debacle, More Than Zuckerberg to Blame
Larry Loeb  |  3/23/2018  | 
Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are rightly taking a lot of heat from the fallout over Cambridge Analytica and the firm's use of social media data. However, other businesses, as well as users, need to take some responsibility as well.
Crypto Crumple: A New Method of Balancing Privacy & Security
Larry Loeb  |  3/22/2018  | 
In a new paper released this week, two professors describe what they call the "crypto crumple zone," which looks to balance encryption and privacy with government's ability to investigate possible crimes.
Oil & Gas Industry Face Significant Cybersecurity Threat Study
Larry Loeb  |  3/21/2018  | 
A Ponemon survey finds a growing concern among cybersecurity professionals who work in the world's oil and gas industries.\r\n\r\n
Fancy Bear Linked to DealersChoice Attacks in Europe
Larry Loeb  |  3/19/2018  | 
Researchers at Palo Alto Networks believe the Russia-linked Fancy Bear group is behind a new exploit called DealersChoice that is targeting European governments and agencies.
Government Workers Believe Security Is Someone Else's Job
Larry Loeb  |  3/16/2018  | 
A study from Dtex Systems finds a growing disconnect between government employees and the organizations that they work for over who is ultimately responsible for maintaining good security practices.
AMD Chips Have Their Own Massive Hardware Security Flaws
Larry Loeb  |  3/14/2018  | 
CTS-Labs issued a report this week that detailed 13 different vulnerabilities in AMD's Ryzen and EPYC processors that are as dangerous as the Spectre and Meltdown flaws that Intel has been trying to fix.
DHS Has Some Serious Security Failures, Report Finds
Larry Loeb  |  3/12/2018  | 
From running outdated versions of Windows, to not having effective backup, the US Department of Homeland Security has some serious security failings, according to a new report.
Increased IoT Use Causing Added Enterprise Security Concerns Report
Larry Loeb  |  3/9/2018  | 
A new study from Trustwave finds that 60% of enterprises are using IoT devices, but that these connected sensors have caused at least one security issue.
LTE Protocol Vulnerabilities Could Lead to ID Theft, Call Spoofing
Larry Loeb  |  3/7/2018  | 
Researchers at Purdue and the University of Iowa find that LTE networks have some serious protocol flaws that could lead to a host of issues, including identity theft, call spoofing and the spread of false emergency reports.
Intel's SGX Vulnerable to Spectre-Like Flaw
Larry Loeb  |  3/5/2018  | 
Intel's SGX technology, which is used by several large cloud providers, is subject to its own Spectre-like vulnerability. However, this flaw seems much easier to fix.
Memcache Servers Being Used to Launch Massive DDoS Attacks
Larry Loeb  |  3/1/2018  | 
Several reports over the last few days are finding that someone is using Memcache servers to launch massive DDoS attacks.\r\n\r\n


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